Every summer, Adam and I make it a goal to enjoy as much of New York City as possible. On Saturday night, we tossed on our unofficial summer uniforms (me – stripes and neutrals, him – a fun shirt and easy denim) and kicked off the season by joining Old Navy for a MLB Mets game.
One of the things I look forward to most about the holidays is having days off to truly unplug and relax. Most of all that means extra time to enjoy with Adam and my family, which means sleeping in and admittedly staying in pajamas far longer than is typically acceptable. Whether it’s the morning after Thanksgiving and you’re still in a food coma or you’re having a present wrapping/holiday movie marathon – cozy sleepwear is a must have for Adam and I this time of year. So bring on the flannel, the furry lined slippers and the monogram mugs filled with chai tea (for me) and black coffee (for him).
Yesterday I launched part one of my ‘Complete Guide to the Holidays‘ which featured style inspiration & gifting ideas for the season ahead – and over the next couple of weeks I’ll be showing you the expanded posts and closer looks at some of those featured looks. Of everything we shot for the guide this feature on ‘His and Hers Holiday Style’ was by far my favorite. I’m lucky enough to always have Adam’s partnership behind the scenes/lense (that guide never would have launched on time had it not been for his tireless support) – but it was such a treat to have him with me in front of the camera as well. And in a classic ’54 chevy? All the better.
Yesterday, Adam and I woke up to blue skies and October-like temperatures and we decided to jump in the car, escape the city and go for a Sunday drive. Since we didn’t have anywhere in particular to go we decided on a Christmas tree farm about an hour upstate. With room to roam, we spent the morning searching for the perfect tree.
I’ve got a special guest with me for today’s post (out from behind the camera for a change) to talk his and hers Fall boot style with Cat Footwear. While I like to think know a thing or two about a good pair of boots, Adam puts shoes through the real ringer so if they’re tough enough to stand up to his wear and still stylish enough to get my stamp of approval.. well it’s a win, win.